Routing a river to new indexes automatically?


(Josh Harrison) #1

I would like to be able to route a river to indexes established by date.
So, today I want to route all of the data to 20131125, tomorrow I want it
to go to 20131126, etc. Is there a way to do this automatically? This is
currently with the twitter river, though it could apply to anything using
the river architecture.
Thanks!
Josh

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(David Pilato) #2

AFAIK rivers don't allow this.
May be some river projects support this feature? For Twitter river, it does not exist.

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Le 25 nov. 2013 à 23:03, Josh Harrison hijakk@gmail.com a écrit :

I would like to be able to route a river to indexes established by date. So, today I want to route all of the data to 20131125, tomorrow I want it to go to 20131126, etc. Is there a way to do this automatically? This is currently with the twitter river, though it could apply to anything using the river architecture.
Thanks!
Josh

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